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Wis. Agency Chooses Pryme Speaker Mic

January 10, 2013  | 

The city of Green Bay, Wis., has adopted Pryme's speaker microphone for municipal service departments, including police and parking enforcement.

The Parking Division uses portable radios to maintain and enforce parking areas around the city. The Parking Division also patrols the local college as well as the University of Wisconsin, Green Bay campus.

Enforcement attendants may be checking on a particular license plate number, verifying whether a parking space is on a monthly charge, or monitoring illegal parking around school zones. The parking enforcement officers also communicate with the maintenance department. The maintenance department takes care of the physical upkeep of the parking meters as well as the actual parking lots in the city of Green Bay. Additionally, the Parking Division communicates with the public safety agencies if they need assistance in an emergency situation.

During the Green Bay Packers season, there is a major increase in traffic and in difficult parking situations, especially when there are home games on a Monday or Thursday night. A large number of people come in to the city for the Packers games and it is imperative that radio communications are working well, according to the company.


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